Cintique drawing with Photoshop. Nina seem more belligerent to you?
Got the blahs. No amount of coffee seem to work these days. There's stuff to do but I seem to be ensconced in an emotional block. Sigh. No need to join me in the pit. Check these out instead.
Time online's Best and Worst: Comix list. Check out the other best/worst items on the side nav bar.
China on Site has has classic chinese stories told sequentially with text. More like illustrated books really but they call it comics, I won't argue. Illustrations are amazing, though small.
Kazuhko Nakamura--or "Almacan" to you, presents Mechanical Mirage. A digital image gallery of his work combining 19th century machines and armor.
Takahashi Hikaru is the gentleman who was very kind to have met us--and driven us around--in Japan when we visited Tadahiro Uesugi. This is his excellent website--my favorite image is the collection of noir illustration he has on the opening page. He is a graphic novelist as well as an avid puppeteer.
And speaking of Tadahiro Uesugi, he has an exhibit March 8, 2005. Check out this page--"e" link to exhibit. I want to go and see! But I can't. Lament.
"How and Why Wonder books," remember those? They were wonderfully illustrated and large format. This is a gallery of covers with still some extant.